Frank van Ardenne is criminial defence lawyer at Rotterdam.
Education: - Traineeship at Nolst Trenité advocaten (attorneys-at-law; presently Simmons & Simmons) in Rotterdam (1987). - Netherlands law at Leiden University (1989). - Professional training attorney-at-law (the National Bar). - Pre-specialization course criminal law at the Willem Pompe Institute in Utrecht. - Specialization course criminal law at the Willem Pompe Institute in Utrecht. - Traineeship at the Rotterdam District Court.
Professional experience: - Attorney-at-law (criminal law) at Den Hollander advocaten (May 1990 - January 1996). - Attorney-at-law, specialized in criminal law, at Borsboom & Hamm advocaten (as of January 1996 to date).
Additional functions/memberships: - Member of the Supervisory Board of the National Bar in the Rotterdam area (treasurer, portfolio manager criminal law and EU attorneys-at-law). - Treasurer of the Association of Rotterdam Criminal Law Attorneys. - Member of the Advisory Committee on Criminal Law of the National Bar (gives advice to the General Council of the National Bar on novel legislation regarding criminal law). - Member of the Dutch Association of Criminal Law Attorneys. - Lecturer and examiner of criminal law and law of criminal procedure at the professional training courses for Attorneys-at-law. - Visiting lecturer of criminal law at the post-graduate education for journalists at the Rotterdam Erasmus University. - Committee of Criminal Law Rotterdam (consultative committee together with the District Court and the Public Prosecutions Department). - Legal adviser (on a voluntary basis) to Bits of Freedom.
All sorts of (complicated) criminal cases (financial/business crimes/general criminal law/SIOD (Social Intelligence and Investigation Service)/FIOD (Fiscal Information and Investigation Service)/ECD (Economic Surveillance Department) etc.), deprivation cases, cases for the Dutch Supreme Court and (medical) disciplinary cases.
An international network of criminal law specialists and tax lawyers is available in case of cross-border criminal cases.
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